Mainstream economists are trained to be ignorant, including of the history of subject. This willful ignorance on history, as far as I know, has only become worse in the period between Keen's editions. Thus, if mainstream economics can ignore a criticism for about a decade, they can then relegate it to the (unstudied) history of thought. As I understand it, most of the arguments in Debunking Economics are decades old.
Will mainstream teaching in economics ever be worth taking seriously?Read it at Thoughts on Economics
Steve Keen Aims At A Stationary Target
by Robert Vienneau